FAAST Members

FAAST exists because organizations in the Christian community came together to share and produce resources together. Our members are why we exist. Does your organization want to become a member of FAAST? You can find out more here.

  • Compassion First works towards long-term, hope-filled solutions for survivors of sexual trafficking and exploitation. CF is specifically committed to serving in communities that do not have a strong anti-trafficking NGO presence. We provide holistic, residential, and community-based aftercare, partnered with law enforcement training, legal assistance, and financial collaboration for rescues.

    Compassion First's flagship operation is in the nation of Indonesia. They are headquartered, and also operate services, in the northwestern United States.

  • GCWJ at Vanguard University is a faith-based organization that creates an environment for education, advocacy, and collaboration and has a variety of programs to fight human trafficking.

  • Nazarene Compassionate Ministries works to support local churches around the world in their efforts to actively live compassion as a lifestyle. Following the example of Jesus, NCM partners with local congregations around the world to clothe, shelter, feed, heal, educate, and live in solidarity with those who suffer under oppression, injustice, violence, poverty, hunger, and disease. NCM exists in and through the Church of the Nazarene to proclaim the gospel to all people in word and deed. Find out more about their work here.

  • Point Loma Nazarene University exists to provide higher education in a vital Christian community where minds are engaged and challenged, character is modeled and formed, and service becomes an expression of faith. Being of Wesleyan heritage, we aspire to be a learning community where grace is foundational, truth is pursued, and holiness is a way of life.

  • Project Rescue exists to rescue and restore victims of sexual slavery through the love and power of Jesus Christ. Now ministering to exploited women and children in 6 nations, Project Rescue brings Hope through a holistic, multi-faceted, three-prong approach of prevention, intervention and restoration.

  • The Salvation Army's anti trafficking efforts began more than one hundred years ago when in the 1880s it led extensive campaigns to eradicate sexual trafficking of women and girls in England. Today, The Salvation Army continues to serve as a leader in the effort to abolish human trafficking domestically and internationally and works against trafficking in the following ways.

  • World Hope International believes in God's desire for freedom and justice for the oppressed, the downtrodden, the abused and exploited. They believe in mercy and compassion for the last, the least, and the lost. They believe in healing for the broken, in recovery and restoration for the victims of human trafficking and sexual predation.

    These beliefs are their passion; they are the reasons why World Hope International works so hard every day to serve victims of human trafficking and gender-based violence, and why they are committed to doing all they can to prevent such crimes from happening in the first place.

  • World Relief empowers the local church to serve the most vulnerable. It works in 20 nations on five continents - equipping churches to help victims of poverty, disease, hunger, war, disasters, and persecution. Click here to learn more about World Relief's anti-trafficking programs.